WOLRD heritage site by UNESCO

Located in Southern Tanzania, Selous Game Reserve is one of the largest faunal reserves  worldwide covering more than 5% of Tanzanian area.


It was named after an Englishman, Sir Frederick Selous, a famous big game hunter and early conservationist.


Selous Game Reserve has remained one of the untouched gems of Tanzania offering to visitors a chance to see the wild  Africa.

Here roam the largest herds of elephants and buffalo in East Africa, and the reserve is also the most significant stronghold for the highly endangered wild dog in the world.

African bush elephants, hippopotamus, lions, wild dogs, cheetahs, giraffes, plains zebras, wildbeast and crocodiles can be found in large number than in any African game reserve or national park.

Larger range of activities are permitted. Boating safaris offer visitors a chance to see the diverse life along the Rufiji River up close in all its splendour. Walking safari and cultural tour makes visitor stay unforgettable.

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